The Tennessee Bar Association is dedicated to enhancing fellowship among members of the state's legal community. A voluntary professional association, the TBA offers its members a variety of programs and services designed to assist in professional development and works to build a positive image for the profession in the community.
As the leader in quality Tennessee continuing legal education, the Tennessee Bar Association acts to enhance and further the practice of law through the professional development of lawyers across the state.
The TBA offers the opportunity for active involvement via sections, committees, divisions and governing groups. These groups serve a range of purposes, from providing in depth involvement in a particular practice area, to educational and social activities to leadership opportunities for legal professionals at every stage of their career.
The Tennessee Bar Association is committed to serving Tennessee lawyers, our justice system and the community at large. These programs — provided by the TBA and partner organizations — have been developed to help meet that commitment.
The Tennessee Bar Association is the primary source of legal news and information for the Tennessee legal community. Here are the major channels of communications provided to serve member and nonmember attorneys.
Brittany Thomas Faith, a native of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, attended the Pennsylvania State University in State College, PA. While attending the University of Tennessee College of Law, she was Director of Tennessee's Pro Bono Program; Treasurer of Law Women; member of ENLACE (Latino Law Association); ABA Representative for the Student Bar Association; Hamilton Burnett Inns of Court Member; and AILA Mid South Law School Liaison. Before coming to GKH, Brittany worked at several immigration non-profits and created the College of Law's U Visa Alternative Spring Break Program. She joined GKH in 2012 as a member of GKH's Immigration Group and focuses her practice on immigration, including Deferred Action for DREAMers, family based immigration petitions, and employment based petitions. She is committed to providing personalized, cost-effective immigration services for her clients around the world and across the U.S. Additionally Brittany has an active litigation practice. She is very active in the Chattanooga community. She is currently the President of the South East Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women. She also serves on the board of La Paz of Chattanooga and the Young Lawyers Division of the Chattanooga Bar Association. She is also a member of the Tennessee and Chattanooga Bar Associations as well as the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She is also a member of the Foreign Ministry of Mexico's PALE program, which provides legal advice to Mexican nationals residing in the U.S.
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Current Leadership Positions
YLD Long Range Planning Committee Chair
YLD Vice President